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i am 26 year old man iam addicted in smoke and gutka in a long time at list some 7.8year but that time i have some problems in my mouth there is changing the colour under side in my mouth and reduce the blood in my gums and my mouth sting and smelling what can i do dr give me hai suggestions.

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Dead diction of tobacco would be the first step . Consult a Tii dentist who would help you.Chewing gums with Xylitol could help, salt water rinses, and mouthwashes could help, thorough brushing of teeth, consult dentist for Oral prophylaxis / cavities, use fluoride tooth paste, As far as the red patch in your mouth is considered it will have to be examined before further comments.Consult your dentist.
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Hi please stop it and visit your dentist who will clean your teeth and give medicines but you can use kenocort oral ointment but visit doc asap.
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Hello, By the description of your problem it seems that you may be having OSMF which causes color change of the mouth mucosa. It is directly related to your habit of chewing gutka and smoking and you are suffering from this disease at a very young age so it seems that you have been taking excessive quantities of the substance neglecting your food thus making your body weak. OSMF is a precancerous condition and an irreversible one. Stink and smell from mouth may be from any gum disease or cavity in teeth where food accumulates. Kindly visit a specialist in oral medicine for your problem. He/she will guide you better after your examination. Thans & healing regards.
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Please see a dentist and go for cleaning and use to some mouthwashes as prescribed. Also importantly try to quot smoking and go on green vegetables and all yellow orange and red fruits like carrots , tomatoes mango and more.
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Hello, Please see an Oral Surgeon or another Oral Disease (Oral Medicine) specialist as soon as you can. In the meantime, quit your habits as soon as you can. That is the best suggestion I can give you on this platform. A precise diagnosis is best given only after a physical evaluation in person.
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Stop bad habits first body will take 2-3 years to reverse these effects. But these effects will not reverse completely, also try SMF MOUTH GARGLES. It helps to reduce your problems.
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Kindly get a check up down to rule out soft tissue lesions.The bad smell in the mouth(halitosis)could be the result of deposits in the gums which will require cleaning.Also smokers are prone to having dryness in the mouth which also leads to halitosis.Drink plenty of water.
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First u shud quit the habit as early as possible. For smelling and other things u shud do scaling and polishing of your teeth. You shud eat some vitamin supplements like vitamin A chewable tablets and Vitamin C tablets.
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Stop the habit meet nearest surgeon for opinion they will tell u treatment depending on the abnormality u have mentioned
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Immediately stop consuming gutka.May be ur cheek becomes hard from inside and ur mouth opening have reduced.Consult dentist
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1st u quite the habbit u have and even u stop this habbit u cant expect u will recover asal as ur habbit is from 8 years. U can have lesion which can be indicator of precancer lesion. So pls stop ur habbit and hav a good health ahead.
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These are all typical features that are seen in patients who smoke or consume any form of tobacco. U need to consult a gum specialist for the same.
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